Larson Electronics’ Magnalight has announced the release of the WAL-JH-2XWP400 Rail Mount LED Work Light designed to allow fast temporary mounting to ladders, scaffolding and railings. This high output LED work light is designed to provide highly versatile mounting options for workers who frequently use ladders and scaffolds during work operations. This LED light features an adjustable scaffold mounting bracket and dual light heads that make it an ideal lighting solution for larger work spaces where operators must work from elevated locations.
The Magnalight WAL-JH-2XWP400 rail mount LED work area light provides powerful and dependable LED illumination with dual LED light heads and versatile mounting options with an adjustable J-hook ladder mount bracket. This railing mounted work light produces 2,924 lumens of bright white light and distributes it in a wide flood pattern capable of illuminating 15,000 square feet of work space.
The lamp assembly on this work light consists of two 40 watt LED light fixtures producing 1,462 lumens each mounted onto an aluminum J-hook bracket designed to be attached to ladders, scaffolds and railings without the need for tools. The J-hook bracket can be adjusted between 26 inches to 43 inches in length, allowing it to be quickly and easily fitted to a wide variety of railings and scaffolds of various sizes. Each LED lamp is independently adjustable and a an adjustable center post allows the operator to elevate the lamps up to three feet above the mounting bracket for better coverage.
The lamps are IP68 rated waterproof to three meters, providing excellent protection against water and humidity, and the LED design is highly resistant to damage from shocks and vibrations. The lamps have a 50,000+ hour operational life, providing more than twice the longevity of HID lamps, and are designed to provide high output while running cooler, resulting in less heat in the work area and less chance of accidental burns should hands or fingers come into contact with the lamps while they are operating.